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Camera-laden towers and underground sensors plug the gaps in the existing US-Mexico border fence.
#MeToo is yet to touch the lives of millions of vulnerable women who work in informal jobs in India.
Merebeth Veit has invented a job for herself that satisfies the two loves of her life, animals and travel.
Phuti Lekoloane is trying to break stereotypes and pave the way for other gay footballers in South Africa.
Jewish women have used the mikve for centuries, but in Israel there's been a push to change the tradition.
Distance runner Kemoy Campbell is taken to hospital after collapsing during a race at the Millrose Games in New York.
It has been a tradition in the US for decades - but recent events have highlighted their dark side.
The statement follows the reported death in a camp of a prominent musician from the Uighur minority.
A rubber pellet grenade injures a protester's hand as thousands take to the streets again in France.
Mr Trump's campaign team responds by calling her a fraud and saying her ideas are socialist.
Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren launches her US presidential bid, focusing on corruption and inequality.
French military are involved in an operation to stop a convoy of vehicles from Libya.
The opposition leader says he will "do everything possible", and calls for distribution volunteers.
Dozens of the endangered species enter human settlements in the remote territory of Novaya Zemlya.
Police in California shared images of the cave, which they say was filled full of guns and ammunition.
Some of the stories you might have missed from this week's news.
But a spokesman admits Mr Trump has not been following his weight loss plan "religiously".
Lindsey Buckingham is recovering after emergency open heart surgery but his vocal cords are damaged.
Some say she outshone stars at the Golden Globes - now she is accused of "biting the hand that feeds her".
Seven jihadists get life in prison but others are acquitted for assaults on a museum and beach resort.